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This article was published on November 24, 2015


Google now lets home buyers in California compare mortgage rates

Google now lets home buyers in California compare mortgage rates
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Google has updated its Compare service to allow people to check out mortgage rates from a range of lenders in California, for free.

The company first noted it was working on the feature back in May. You can view ratings, read reviews for lenders and receive quotes to suit your needs when you key in your loan amount, estimated credit score or home value.

Google Compare now lets you check out mortgages for purchasing and refinancing homes in California
Google Compare now lets you check out mortgages for purchasing and refinancing homes in California

Once you’ve found a mortgage that works for you, you can visit the lender’s site to apply online or call an agent using the number listed next to your search result.

Among the lending partners on Google’s new program are Zillow and LendingTree. The company says it will soon expand its service to cover more states.

Introducing Google Compare for U.S. mortgages [Inside AdWords]

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